Connector modules are components used in electrical systems and allow a connection to be created between different types of cables or wires. These modules are designed to be securely integrated into a system and provide reliable power and data communication.
Connector modules are commonly applied in circuit boards, where the module is required to make and maintain reliable connections between the board and its outside environment. For example, in mobile devices, connector modules may be used to provide a physical connection between the device and a computer. They secure the wires and cables in a way that prevents the connections from arising between them and allow data to be transferred between the device and the computer.
Examples of the different types of connector modules available include USB, Ethernet, mini CD, PCI and SATA. Depending on the requirements of the system, engineers choose the right module to securely integrate the system.